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Grandfather's Grandmother's Rocks - Hin Ta Hin Yai, Maret

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Have a chuckle at Grandfather's Grandmother's Rocks - Hin Ta Hin Yai, two rather adult rock formations set just back from the coastline in Koh Samui. Said to look like the genitalia of a man and a woman (something it is pretty hard to argue with) the two natural sculptures have become one of the cheekier, more light-hearted places to visit in the area. Set in an impressive coastal location, the formations are a popular stop with many tour groups, and vendors on site provide a little post-viewing refreshment. Take a look at our Maret trip itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Grandfather's Grandmother's Rocks - Hin Ta Hin Yai and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • As with most Samui attractions there are no road signs ! You will need Google maps. A bit ho hum, a 15 minute visit will do it. Cheap little shops in the small village. 
    As with most Samui attractions there are no road signs ! You will need Google maps. A bit ho hum, a 15 minute visit will do it. Cheap little shops in the small village.  more »
  • The rocks themselves are very vaguely shaped as human genitals if you look at them from the right place. The beach is very nice and there's a cool little cafe playing music. Other than that, the... 
    The rocks themselves are very vaguely shaped as human genitals if you look at them from the right place. The beach is very nice and there's a cool little cafe playing music. Other than that, the...  more »
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  • Went on a drive on the scooter and found this place. It’s absolutely beautiful. It wasn’t too busy when we went to so there wasn’t too many people. There was no ticket needed only paid 10 baht to park our motorcycle. The guide there was very friendly and told us the history of the place and the story of how the rocks came to be. Nice place to visit. They also have a cooking school right there and a rock bar that looks really cool.
  • Below the belt puns and sarcasm aside. The rocks are impressive, and busy, drawing several tourists to take selfies and portrait pics for their personal accounts. Traffic was a nightmare.. everyone wanted to get there by car.. and cars trying to pass each other on the narrow road was a nail-biting ordeal even for pedestrians. Shops and curios galore.. clear blue water... And a warning about something being slippery when wet makes for a comic interlude... Avoid shoes without a solid grip sole..there are no barriers or safety banners.

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